Description: Twenty people, from all walks of life, are every locked alone in a room for the length of one 400-foot roll of 16mm movie (11 minutes). They are every given the same set of twenty questions, which they can respond at random...if they're not fully distracted by their surroundings. Shot in 1987.
Description: Referred to as "Woodstock of the 80s", the Us Festival was iconic with over 2 million attendees. Created by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and legendary concert promoter Bill Graham, the Us Festival assembled the greatest bands in the globe including The Police, Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac, Santana, Jackson Browne, Eddie Money, Jerry Jeff Walker, Jimmy Buffett, The Cars, Talking Heads, Ramones, Grateful Dead, Pat Benatar & The B52s.
Description: The storyline of who psychiatrists are today, what they do, and what they value has been said by almost everyone but them. Psychiatrists are notoriously private; cautious about revealing private information, and noticeably absent in the media. What has been the consequence of this? If you don’t say your story, someone else will say it for you. Mental disease is the number one cause of disability worldwide, however many patients still fear coming to see a psychiatrist – that they will be overmedicated, not listened to, not understood, not cared for, or worse - maybe the psychiatrist will see how “crazy” they are and lock them up. The stereotype of being “crazy” is equated with being dangerous, weird, scary, and ostracized - and in some methods - so is being a psychiatrist.
Description: In Hanover, Germany 1924, the discovery of bones and skulls catches the authorities’ attention. Media covers the situation and a suspect – Fritz Haarmann – is quickly arrested. Haarmann is a local butcher who manufactures his own sausages. Friedrich Heinrich Karl "Fritz" Haarmann (25 October 1879 – 15 April 1925) was a German serial killer, known as the Butcher of Hanover and the Vampire of Hanover, who committed the sexual assault, murder, mutilation and dismemberment of a minimum of 24 men and young boys between 1918 and 1924 in Hanover, Germany.
Description: Pistolteatern in Stockholm, Sweden, was a leading experimental stage in the mid 1960s, comparable to the Living Theater in Fresh York. In the years 1964-67. Pistolteatern produced theatre plays, exhibitions and events at a very high pace. The name, Pistolteatern, comes from two of creators, PI Lind and STaffan OLzon.
Description: On May 18, 1936, Abe Sada, a former geisha, kills her lover by "erotic asphyxiation", then slices his sex and inscribes his name in his flesh. In an ultra-controlled and militarized Japan, the press is passionate about this transgressive incident, while the murderer defends herself, presenting her crime as an act of "crazy love". Relayed to the West, this murder conveys the photo of a fantasized Japan, where all impulses are given gratis rein.
Description: Mokhtar, a filmmaking professor, receives an unexpected gift on his 75th birthday from his daughter Kawthar, a filmmaker in her early twenties. With two plane tickets to Rome, they set out in find of his long lost love - Patrizia - the girl he promised to return to thirty-three years ago. Being filmed unknowingly throughout the trip, Mokhtar's raw emotions are captured by his daughter's hidden camera. As voyeurs to this quest for love, we are immersed in the lives of the father and daughter, and the triumphs and tribulations they experience during their trip.
Description: The pin-up is not just a cute young woman, not so much dressed and fantasized. This famous American icon would even become a symbol of feminine claims. As later as we pronounce the word "Pin-up", it's an erotic and retro cliché that comes to mind. We imagine a pretty ingenue in light clothes looking at us with a smile, unlimited legs and sexy underwear to guess the curve of a buttock. This short-dressed woman who looks at us in the corner and smiles at us frankly, is an erotic icon.
Description: In 2001, a brash group of teenagers took professional paintball by storm, winning The Globe Cup of Paintball. San Diego Dynasty has created a dominance like no another in paintball, winning at least one professional competition each year since. But all things gotta end, and a season filled with terrible luck, controversial officiating, industry politics, health issues, and one of paintball’s largest icons deciding to step away from U.S pro circuit to search himself living abroad puts Dynasty’s hope of a 15th consecutive season with a competition win in jeopardy.
Description: Since the begin of 2014, Edmonton Impact has place together one of the most dominant runs in professional paintball history. But amongst all their series championships and individual competition wins, paintball's most respected prize has continued to allude them: The Globe Cup. Follow Impact as they look for one final win in their historic 2016 season run, and see how a easy father and sons' outing for the Yachemic family helped make one of professional paintball's most dominant franchises.
Description: Aílton was born in the country, still in the times of the lamp and carries with it the inheritance of the history account. The transformations in the countryside and in the town threaten their method of life, as well as the method of life of the wolf that surrounds the region.
Description: The short film, a performatic documentary, approaches a historic garden (in the Museum of the Republic), amid the urban chaos, the method folks interact with every another and with it and how the garden unfolds in multiple facets, from the globalizing to the singular.
Description: An inspirational survival storyline of Deepika Kumari who, as a woman born on the roadside to abject poverty in rural India, went in find of food, stumbled upon archery, and within 4 years became the Number One archer in the World.
Description: VertiGhost, a newly commissioned work by Lynn Hershman Leeson for the Fine Arts Museums, draws the viewer into a meditation about notions of authenticity and the construction of identity. Inspired by the Legion of Honor’s role as a zone for Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958), Hershman Leeson explores the tension at the core of Vertigo between the difficulty or lack of desire to distinguish between reality and fiction vs the pursuit of truth. The eponymous ghost of Hershman Leeson’s project is the elusive nature of a singular identity that haunts the characters in the 1958 film, its most enigmatic representation being the painting of a supposed distant relative of the film’s protagonist Madeleine, around which her hero and fate is imagined.
Description: The controversial Jouko Turka, actor, writer, teacher and scene director. With his mostly devoted students at the Theatre Academy/University of the Arts Helsinki, Finland. Where he was appointed professor of scene production 1981-1984.
Description: Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon have been partners in love and political struggle for fifty years. With incisive interviews, rare archival photos and warmhearted humor, Joan Biren's 2003 movie reveals their inspiring public work, as well as their charming personal relationship. When they courageously launched the Daughters of Bilitis in 1955, it became the first public organization for lesbians in America. Today, these tireless activists are educating both the LGBT and aging movements on the needs of older lesbians.
Description: Lisbon has the second biggest community of Hindus in Europe. This movie portrays this community, focusing on a family originally from Diu, who then emigrated to Mozambique and then, in 1976, to Lisbon. The movie portrays the contrast and conflict between this group of Diu families, weak caste with the Lohanas group, the merchants caste. A fresh temple is being built, however in the courtyard of his house the family Carsane still makes its parties and alternative rituals ....
Description: Philosopher and theologian Conor Cunningham of Nottingham University discusses the history of Christian attitudes to Biblical literalism, arguing that it is legitimate to agree Darwin's theory of evolution and trust in God.
Description: Founded 15 years ago in Jacarezinho - one of the largest favelas in Rio de Janeiro - Jacaré Moda is a modeling agency that is transforming the Brazilian fashion industry by challenging standards and norms, and bringing young folks of peripheries to fashion. This movie says the storyline of three models from Jacaré Moda: Caio, Camila, and Natália. Often discriminated vs for their backgrounds, they looked to fashion as a method to learn, rediscover their self-esteem, develop their talent and originality. Through their stories they express themselves as a force of change and as individuals who resist the concept that favelas are only a zone of poverty and violence.
Description: Beyond Meal explores the methods a group of extraordinary folks live nice lives, eat delightful meal while extracting more energy and mental focus from their everyday rituals. Biohackers, Paleo, Vegan, Neuroscientists, Athletes, Foragers, Ranchers, Farmers, Gut scientists. Some of our characters are Dave Asprey (Bulletproof Exec), Mariel Hemingway, Laird Hamilton, James Hardt (Biocybernaut Institute Advanced Neurofeedback) Our goal audience is everyone who is desiring to learn how to fuel and make an extraordinary life. Our main purpose is to share the lessons from the adventure we lived because it changed our lives.
Movies Like Hidden Camera 2007
Movies Like Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown 2003
Movies Like Zaat 1971
Movies Like Shampoo 1975
Movies Like Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 2004
Movies Like The Starfighters 1964
Movies Like Night Train to Mundo Fine 1966
Movies Like The Skydivers 1963
Movies Like R.O.T.O.R. 1987
Movies Like The Final Sacrifice 1990
Movies Like Final Justice 1985
Movies Like The Hellcats 1968
Movies Like Five the Hard Way 1969
Movies Like Outlaw of Gor 1988
New York, NY 10013
Similar Film Search Engine
+44 20 7336 8898
Mon - Sun 09:30 am - 05:30 pm